Free Press Journal
  • Govt to recruit more doctors

    Indore: State Health and Medical Education Minister Narottam Mishra said that they will start recruitment of doctors to cope with scarcity in the state soon. He said that they have discussed the matter with the Public Service Commission and the recruitments will be started within a month.

  • 2 thieves arrested; booty, cash worth Rs 2.4 lakh recovered

    Ujjain: Chimanganj Mandi arrested two notorious criminals of a thieves gang and recovered stolen goods worth Rs 2.4 lakh from them on Saturday night. Police is searching for two more members of the same gang. SP Anurag Kumar in a press conference informed that a theft had taken place at house located at village Surasa of Chimanganj Mandi police station area on May 22, 2014.

  • Economic hope

    When every action has an economic repercussion, a career in the field would be interesting, says Reena Jhaveri.

  • Modi assures all help to Andhra

    New Delhi: With Chandrababu taking the reins of residual Andhra Pradesh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday promised all possible central help amid his confidence that the administrative experience and commitment of the Chief Minister will help take the state to newer heights.

  • Joyrides were order of the day

    With the launch coming on a Sunday, busy Mumbaikars headed to Metro stations to get a feel of the state   government’s latest acquisition (more…)

  • Indian Aesthetics course at MU

    The Department of Philosophy at the University of Mumbai is offering a one-year, part-time certificate course in Indian aesthetics. The course aims at exposing students to a range of aesthetic theories in the Indian and Western traditions. It also proposes to show the practical roots of these theories by illustrating their applications in diverse art forms such as painting, sculpture, architecture, dance and music.

  • ‘Problems are nothing, but mere excuses’

    Khargone: Brahmkumar Surya addressed the journalists at the auditorium of Prajapita Ishwariya University. While talking to the journalists he said that problems are nothing but mere excuses of our weakness and a problem can only be solved through our strengths. He also said that India shall soon be above all the countries. He further said that one can cure his entire problem through mental peace rather than going for medicines.

  • Summer camp concludes

    Bakaner : The summer camp organised by the sports and youth welfare department in Manwar concluded on Saturday at SDO office. In this camp, training of many activities including wrestling, football etc was given. On this occasion, SDOP Dheeraj Kumar Babbar, SDM Abhay Singh Ahoriya, station in-charge Basant Naik and others were present and felicitated the best players by distributing certificates and shields.

  • Antulay blames Cong high command for party’s defeat

    New Delhi : In a not-so-veiled remarks targeted at Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, senior leader A R Antulay has squarely blamed the Congress high command for the situation the party finds itself at present, reports PTI.

  • Collector inspects old inheritance buildings for beautification

    Khargone: With the aim of beautification of the town, collector Navneet Mohan Kothari along with the upper collector NK Suryawanshi and municipality CMO Nishikant Shukla inspected various under constructed development works and old heritage buildings. He visited many places including ancient Bavadi and fort premises.

  • K Sankaranarayanan

    Governor questions relevance of NOTA

    Mumbai : Governor K Sankaranarayanan has questioned the relevance of recently introduced NOTA voting option in a democratic system while describing it as “non-sense” and waste of time. “What is this None-of-The-Above (NOTA) nonsense? I cannot understand. In a democratic set up what is this NOTA?” the Governor asked during the Press Club of Mumbai’s RedInk Awards 2014 event where he was the chief guest here on Saturday night. “You cannot have NOTA

  • Anti-Christian chants in UK school: report

    The Birmingham school embroiled in the Operation Trojan Horse controversy of a planned Islamist takeover of British schools has been allegedly found to be running on Islamic faith principles (more…)

  • Workshop held on encouraging export

    Ratlam: A workshop with the objective of encouraging exports was organized here under the joint aegis of Madhya Pradesh Small Scale Industries organisation, Federation of Indian Experts Organisation, Export Credit Guarantee Corporation and Divisional Industries Association.  In the workshop, which was attended by the entrepreneurs of Ratlam, Mandsaur, Neemuch district, various aspects were highlighted of export trading and development of industrial unit. During the workshop, entrepreneurs who engaged in the export activities

  • FinMin likely to meet FIIs

    To encourage Foreign Institutional Investors to step up investments in the country and  set up permanent establishments here (more…)

  • Fasting 8 days a year can boost immunity

    New York: For those who hate fasting, starving for just eight days a year can bolster your immune system like never before.